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Admin23.07.2021

NGD: An original 1954 gold top

Bound Brazilian fretboard with trapezoid inlayed markers• LG-0 Introduced 1958 Discontinued 1973• Bracing system changed: non-scalloped, low cut braces 1956• Gibson logo on the pickguards 1967• Mid 1950s: the pickguard changed from the teardrop to the larger undulating shape like the pre-war J-35s.
Admin11.07.2021

Identifying Vintage Guitars, Banjos & Mandolins

19 fret fingerboard — ebonized• Having read of others having problems with parting necks, I treat it gently.
Admin16.06.2021

vega guitars

Some examples had the black skunk strip down the middle of the top similar to the Southerner Jumbos.
9207
Admin04.07.2021

vega guitars

Higher numbers also meant more money.
12010
Admin27.06.2021

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They later sold the name.
5200
Admin19.07.2021

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Q: At what point did Vega go from ball end to open end bracket nuts? A: Serial 91892 is the earliest collected banjo with the bolts through the rim.
4909
Admin20.06.2021

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L-00 discontinued Gibson L-1 Introduced 1926 — General• I was told that Vega, known in my day for it's banjos, was made in Scandinavia under a license from Martin.
107
Admin18.08.2021

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P-90 single coil pickup with adjustable pole pieces• Larger top braces used, and bigger solid wood bridge plate and larger bottom-belly bridge.
7508
Admin09.07.2021

NGD: An original 1954 gold top

According to the Gibson catalog, natural finish was the only option in 1939 but we are told that at least 2 examples exist of a cherry sunburst from the same period.
1107